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    • NBBL Lawyer Jim Walden Spreading Misinformation About Bike Lanes to Manhattan CB 8 (DNA)
    • Bikeshare.com Maps 2013 North American Start-Ups (TransNat)
    • MTA Board Postpones Decision on How to Use "Extra" $40M (TransNat)
    • City Planning Certifies Bloomberg's East Midtown Rezoning Plan (DNA)
    • Select Bus Service Coming to Webster Avenue in June (News)
    • Post-Sandy Rockaways Commute Made Worse by Overcrowding on the Q53 (NY1)
    • MTA to Expand Williamsburg Bus Service; "Activist" Says There's Too Much Traffic Already (Bklyn Paper)
    • Renovated Smith-Ninth Street Station Reopens Friday (News)
    • TLC Pilot Program Tests Six Electric Taxis (NewsCapNY)
    • One Motorcyclist Killed, One Seriously Injured in Separate Crashes Yesterday (DNA 1, 2)
    • Man Carjacks Cab in Chelsea, Crashes on NJ Sidewalk After Police Chase (NYT, Post)
    • NYPD Officers Arrested for DWI Apparently Never Too Drunk to Refuse BAC Test (PostNews)

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